Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival lights up San Antonio’s East Side

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San Antonio’s East side community was graced with unforgettable performances, innovative pop-up exhibitions, and cutting-edge multi-media works.

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Children’s Ballet of San Antonio: The new company on the block

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The Children’s Ballet of San Antonio gears up for their upcoming premiere of The Nutcracker.

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Tejano Grammy award-winning producer has ties to San Antonio

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Having won seven Grammys, Gilbert Velasquez has made a dent in the Tejano music industry working with a who's who of musicians.

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Youth Orchestras students pay tribute to David Bowie

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The Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA) learns and creates music to some of the most influential songs in history.

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North East School of the Arts kicks off 20th anniversary

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The North East School of the Arts (NESA) is celebrating their 20th anniversary in a dramatic way.

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Opera San Antonio names new general and artistic director

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ARTS sat down with new general and artistic director, Enrique Carreon- Robledo who gave us the inside scoop on what we can expect at Opera San Antonio this season.

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McNay celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with new director and iconic art

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The McNay made history by naming its first Hispanic Director, Rich Aste, who wasted no time showcasing iconic Hispanic artists.

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A glimpse into the “Sweeney Todd” set design at the Woodlawn Theatre

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ARTS visited The Woodlawn theatre to learn more about the process behind constructing the set for “Sweeney Todd.”

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Playhouse Potentials showcases original work by local artists

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“Playhouse Potentials,” a monthly theater script reading of selected works from playwrights, is introducing the community to a kaleidoscope of emotions.

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Guadalupe Dance Company celebrates 25 years of entertainment

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The Guadalupe Dance Company was founded in 1991 and is now one of the leading professional folklorico and flamenco dance companies in the nation.

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Art programs that help shape the future of students

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The San Antonio Symphony gives students a taste of what a professional musical career entails, while Alpha Home uses art for therapy.

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San Antonio Symphony serves international menu of masterpieces

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The San Antonio Symphony is serving a delectable palette of performances with the start of its 2016-2017 season.

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'Girls Eye View' art exhibit captures lives of girls growing up on East Side

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Martinez Street Women’s Center's Girl Zone serves as a hub for young girls to escape for a dose of empowerment through art.

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Two local San Antonio artists take ordinary to extraordinary

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Looking for ways to beat the heat this summer? Tune in to ARTS this week to see how local artists are upping San Antonio’s cool factor.

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How science and light are constants for one multi-talented artist

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See how science and light are constants for one multi-talented artist. Also this week, an artist who is focused on making his own luck.

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